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Cefn Druids Association Football Club (Welsh: Derwyddon Cefn) is a football team based in the village of Cefn Mawr, Wrexham, Wales, who play in the Welsh Premier League.Team Members Show Thumbs Cutouts Renders
The club was founded in 1872 from the amalgamation of Cefn Albion F.C. and Druids United. Depending on sponsorship, the club was renamed Flexsys Cefn Druids F.C. in 1998, and NEWI Cefn Druids F.C. in 2003 (after sponsorship by the North East Wales Institute of Higher Education), and plays at Plaskynaston Lane in Cefn Mawr. The club was renamed again following in the summer of 2009 to Elements Cefn Druids F.C. The club reverted to Cefn Druids A.F.C. in 2010 following the end of the sponsorship deal. John Keegan was appointed manager of CEFN Druids in May 2014. Starting a career at York City where he made three appearances in 1999–00. Keegan has also played for Holywell, Caernarfon Town and Colwyn Bay. Keegan joined Druids as a player in 2012 but left a year later to become assistant manager at Conwy Borough in Huws Gray Alliance with Herbert. He hold the second highest coaching licence (UEFA A). Chris Herbert had been appointed 1st Team Co-ordinator, after taking Conwy Borough to a third-place finish in the Huws Gray Alliance in 2012–13. Mark Roberts came into the club in 2014 to assist John Keegan in the management team, Roberts is a fully qualified coach at the FAW. Roberts and Keegan hope to take Druids to a top flight finish.
The team's first choice strip is black and white striped shirts, black shorts and black socks. The second choice strip is yellow shorts and red socks and red and yellow top.
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Stadium or Home
The Rock, Rhosymedre, near Wrexham, Wales is the current home stadium for Welsh Premier League team Cefn Druids.
In March 2009 planning permission was granted to demolish Cefn's old stadium, Plaskynaston Lane, and replace it with a Tesco supermarket. Delays to the beginning of construction put the project back by 12 months and the club moved into the new stadium in August 2010. The record attendance at the stadium was set in June 2017 as 1,854 attended a friendly against Wrexham A.F.C.